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Discussion in 'Model S' started by curt_toolman, Nov 16, 2014.
Does anyone know what this wire connects to?
Thats the vicinity of my homelink antenna. Its a plastic piece with circular hole in it. I don't remember the connector being that large though when a last had my frunk apart.
Homelink module is on the other side and does not have an antenna, and that harness tail is too short to reach.
Also, what color are the wires on the connector.
Right, thanks for clarification.
P01575 Also here is another picture. I'm wondering if it is a connector that isn't used in my model. I have a 85 S with the tech package.
Are you the same curt_toolman from the Volt forum who modified their Volt? I converted my Volt to an Ampera as well. You doing another mod?
LOL, yes it is me. I wanted to paint the black grill silver on Model S but now I think I have an extra wire.
Did you buy a salvage car?
I would say so long as your homelink works, your parking sensors (if equipped) works, RKE at the front of your vehicle, and you aren't throwing any alerts, you are ok.
Also, Don't buy salvage Model S... all bad.
AHA, okay, pulling out a frunk.. its connected to the secondary release latch of the frunk.
I've gone in behind the dash and found no fewer than a half dozen unconnected wire headers there, so there's no telling. Probably nothing.
Its this way for most manufacturers, all the harnesses are there for all the packages, they just need the hardware to plug into.
it's a friend of mines, which was in a minor accident.
There is a thread on here about a salvage car... basically, with a salvage vehicle, you get cut off from Tesla. Best I can figure they don't want you to mess up their superchargers with damaged hardware or hurt yourself with leaking HV. Plus if you need to replace almost ANYTHING, you need factory software to update it, and no I am not talking about optional updates, I mean for it to talk to the car and allow it to function.